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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE DAIL.Y HERALD PAGE Only 5 Canadian ilways Paid Dividend in '20 Dominion Bureau of Interesting Facts of Railway Operations Church, Mayor Chunk, In prntldent, a letter wan read tnn Ijidy Harrey, wife at Sir Martin Har- vey, the noted Koglfeh itatluc that an ainloey would Iw renulrwl from the nurses' utwlMlon for re- flections east upon Ijntf Harrer'ii course in recelTlng donaMonn for tile Invalid nunwi in England. Lady Harvey that tht, Brltluli Red Crews society bad reflected upon as well herself. The Womeiis' Canadian club, by a vote, ex- expressed confideuce. Lady Harvey. Hungarian PartrMfe All Octo Whole Month In the North MRS. 8TILLMAN A MONTH ALIMONY POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y., April alimony of 4 month, counsel fees of and for itxpenses were fix- ed for .Mra. A. by Supreme 'Court' Justice Mora- chauser, In'the suit for divorce instituted against .her- by. James A. Stillman, president of the Na- tisnal City Bank of New York City, OTTAWA, April (Can. Press) A preliminary .reiwrt oh railway aUtta- tlcs far .the rear ended December 31, 1919, issued by the Dominion bureau at statistics shown that. jxtfwcngers oftrrfed during the 12 months increas- ed nearly nor cent, over the pre- vious year. Single, trick mileage in- creased only 102 miles. Freight car- 1 ried decreased (i, tons or 4.fi per cent. The average number of em- plorees inn-eased or Twn on- cent., the salaries and in. oHii-PBflnnK J Arii i The creased or 11.7 per cent. SHhRBROOKE, Quo., April The Tuere were onlv five steam railways ot..lhe Sborbroohe GaB ami that nald dividends durini' the Electrlc; have issued an nlti- "he cSa Sonffi V olty counol. threatening (Michigan Central) Canadian Pac'flc, stnk.e a aaltab (Special Is Tho Horald) BDJJONTOW, April partridge may be shot during the full month of October and the bag limit shall be 50 instead of 25, according to a final decision of the agricultural committee representing the full mem- bership of the bouse at special meeting Friday morning. At a priv- ate meeting of inn committee the sea- son had been lined for the last two wrooliB of October, the. same as for prairie chiclien.v but BO many objec- tions were raised that the committee extended the time limit of the Hun- garians to the entire month. Another important deciilon of the committee wit te the tone SYntetn Tor mooting season at prairie chicken. South of the main lino of the Canadian Pacinc Hallway, the prairie chicken season will the last two weekfi of October. NTorth of the main Hive of the C.P.'R. the com- mittee extended the Benson to the entire month of October with the ex- ception of a block of territory em- braciag a prairie section in the north- east part of the province where chicken are source. The zone ursteiu also -was agreed on by the 'committee In the case of Uir. standing of grade stallions for H fee. It was agreed that the use of unregistered stallions for a shall he prohibited south of the Saskatche- wan river and east of a line between ranges and 4, west of the fourth meridan, as far south us Cochrane, and the whole of the province south ot that point. Stock Inspection Mod. Duncan Marshall, minister of agriculture brought up the subject of more rigid stock inspection to prevent the spreading of strays nmong the province by persons not their owner. There was an animated discussion and the committee nnttllr (freed "Ith Mr. Marthall that he continue lili nefotlatlou with the federal dopui- ment at agriculture to endeavor to get them to olothe federal inspectors at the Urnt points of unloading In British Columbia and Saskatchewan with authority to inspect brands of cattle shipped from Alberta, and also 10 ondavor to have such inspections made at ports of entry Into thu United States. B. C. IEGMRE j Hill Hdld Up Till Printed- New j System for Reserving Coal Land April URGES EDUCATION FOR FRENCH-CANADIANS MONTREAL. April L.' .A. j David, provincial secretary of Quebec-1 province, spcal.iug laiit iiighi. at thejof Hie amendmant to the Constitution dinner of the young men's Canadian Act providing increases in sessional club on the snhjnct ot education said ,indemnities could not be comuleted that, as the representative of a race! last night. The amendments had which could not liope for numerical I reached the stage of being considered superiority In Canada, he voiced the jn committee of the Thole when the thought that the hope of intellectual npeater pointed out that they had not superiority was not denied them. i yet been printed. The reason why Quebec had main-' taii'.ed a notable stability amid the disturbing iufluenr.es consequent conM be cleared up. Then wltt tit HI m next of the titeture. The Bntifih Columbia way will recelTB up